Our Leadership Team
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Bryan grew up literally crawling around the office and, when he was old enough, he took on odd jobs around the building. His drive and spirit of adventure led him to accept a nomination to the United States Naval Academy where he graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Aerospace Engineering in 2000. Upon graduation, he was selected for Naval Aviation and commissioned as an Ensign in the United States Navy. Bryan earned his ‘Wings of Gold’ in 2002 and qualified in the F/A-18C Hornet in 2003. He flew combat mission over Iraq in 2004 before being selected to attend the United States Navy Fighter Weapons School (TOP GUN). As a TOP GUN graduate, Bryan became a subject matter expert on the F/A-18 as a weapons system and how to best utilize the aircraft as a tool in any given scenario. The flexibility, adaptability, and must win attitude honed at TOP GUN allowed Bryan to successfully serve as a Strike Fighter Tactics Instructor in a resource constrained environment while still training and leading young aviators into combat.
After leaving active duty following two deployments to Afghanistan from 2008-2010, Bryan continued to fly in the U.S. Navy Reserves while joining GE Aviation on the Junior Officer Leadership Program. Bryan has been with GE Aviation for several years serving in a variety of functions to include marketing, project management, research and development, spare parts sales, and inventory control and allocation. In 2016, he earned his MBA from the University of Notre Dame and he is actively growing Catalyst Communications to help other businesses thrive. His military and industrial experience in strategy development, resource allocation, and mission execution provide the backdrop for that vision.